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CUT ! NO PRICES!
Our methods is Big Sales with Small Profits.
Just received a large assortment of Domestic and Imported
Wines. Liquors tic.
RECEIVE WEEKLY FRESH FISH, OYSTERS, CELERrT c.
LEHIIMANN'S JUG HOUSE.
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Satlrday, Feb. 1 :, 1l902.
Jos. E. Ransdel,
Real .E&sto to Ag nt,
LAKE rROVIDENGE, LA,
Will practice in the, Courts of E-ast
Carroll, %VtPR Car(',,ll a:td Madison
Parishes, atd the S:tate Suprq~ie Court
JOHN A. MMN'I;OMINlRY Notary 01
Publi. (, rout Stenographer tand Fire to
]ilutraricte Agtut, is inl my oflice. Es
Clifton F. Davis,
Lt3aL1 El tts to .Agt.,
Lake Providence. La.
HAVING JI'ST FINISIEIED A (COMPLET t11
SRSTUACT OiF ALL "HE LANDS IN EAST Co
.ARROI.L. I AM PREIPARED TO FCRNISH th
4BsTACTSJFY TITLES ON SHoRT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES BROWNE.
FTEROGROAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 1fl
Local and Parish Ntews. iti
The Town Council proceedings ap
pear In another column.
Another week of February and then lo
old windy March will step in. Thai
See Mrs. D). W. Gilmour for fine eon
millinery and dress making. bory
Last Saturday night there was over b
balfa doze, fights and two killings.
The big crowd of our citizens who
went to Mardi Gras, will return to-day* Th
The weather has been beautifdl this Opent
week and lots of cotton has been few
Rev. Mr. noherg will hold service at The
Translivania school house to-morro tow n
evening at 3.30 p. m.own
We learn that Imra. S. P. Jones will
move from her place in the swamp to Mr.
town in the next few days. Rue
The Lake Providence lHardware house,
Company received another big ship- just re
ment of hardware on Monday. ine o
Crap shooting and carrymng pistols You a
is the curse of any cotuntry. 'Ihese are
two evils that should be broken up by of G. I
all means. to shot
lTh. Baner-Democrat is on the order.
alert for railroad news. anid gives it
readers news every week from its ex. aI
changes, or an it
The government fleet was taken to taken
Greenville last week, after being at in Chii
work In the reach above town for sev- satisfac
The deplorable.tragedv of last Sat- Conti
urday night, by which two men lost Vista, re
their lives, is much regretted by our tractor
Mr. Tisch is a first. class workma the Gou
and guarantees all watches repaired inh, to
by him. We are sorry to say that be commen
is going to leave. This oul
Jesse Farmer has now a first clase the road
bark and a rattling pair of horses to date.
pull it. Thi is esomething the town
has very much needed for somtime. Last S
Royal ' .ailors make clothes to fi l
and guaraltee goods as represented.
See Mr. Nilrnmo White at White's big jammed
store, lie will take your measure. the rst
See the statement ofthe Lake Provl. come to
deuce Bank published I antiother col. they toot
umn. The bank is a solid institution keepers di
and a big hbelp to the' Providence peno looked Ill
Mr. J. T. Garner, who is running lug seasosl
Lost Island, one of the tIest places in
the parish, told us this week that be Consull
would fuish up picking inu about two ware (Co.,
weeks. you Vic"
Lois along the lite of Ihe projected they carr
railroad, in the southern part of the for the bhIt
corporate limits are being bought ad or ih
daily by itnvestors who thiuk the town Lee Richa
Is going that way. Ie Richa
We printed ten thousand envelopes gloffean t
for our merchants last week with the get at the
mapol the railroad on the back of the Ideuce.
envelopes. It is a good advertise
alent for the town. A
Mr. S. P. Jooes, who was killed last If you w
Saturday evening, was a member of in economn
the Woodmnen of the World, and car. propositior
ried a life iunsuraice in that order for excellent tl
two thousand dollares,. reasons for
We are,sorry to say it,. but it is a buy. It's
tet that it looks like the negroes are pleased
becoming more addicted to strong no anydoubt or l
drink, and the town is a regular bed- ob
lumn of drunken men and women on will buy. st
aturday nights. plete sacountisf
The remains of Mr. Wilon were E. untHng
taken to Delhi on Sunday, where the
laternteu took place on Monday. liHe
was laid beside hib wife, who preceded Col. E i
him to the graye nearly sixteen yearsslt .
ago. - aI, Mr. f
Mr.J.C. Bass, who ownes two or Keene and
three nice places In the back country Pitiman, we
is having a great marny improvements for several d
.made, in bunilding substantial cabins, lome import
makliug old ones comfruortable and hav
ing new fencing done. ton hosee of
Mr. C. A. Voelktr and young son taken them I
were down from Panola on Monday. doubt the t
Mr. Voelker said the planlers of Old with Col. Jo
river wpre hustling prepairing for the bthem kinder
oaloig crop. A great maty started
on Monday breaknlug up land. rI On"Od i
J. 8. Gouenard, the droggist, will re-. looks as well
foed you yore money if you are not other wagon
satlised after using Chamberlial's Millikin's.
Stescnch sed Liver Tablet.. They -
arne dlisorder of the stomach, bilious. ggi-Go to
eae, oouelpatiou sad headasibe. erie.. Telepi
UIg 5 mial. 8aples free. I and promp I
:5, 1)(2 ) ..K
ent, J' i
LA, ., !
Irts of East r "i
Y. Notary Often see people stretching their necks
r anlltd re to tI'iad of ch:lnrces to buy or sell Real
tlice. Estate at an advantfae. and when they b
come to Is. (which is the best thing
v- , they can do) we
stretch the truth aboult our Tinbher
L I'atIls or Planlatiols, for it is not ha
nvvv.:a ry. Er ·rtl one who deals with to
us i. alwvas :atikliel and is sure to be
g t, STITCII of
a. every nerve to dual with us the next me
tiun le he has land to 'ell. or wants to po
lih or t rade Real Estate. Our one
't t:T tine pat rons a twas come a:u ail th
C a yA n ( yourselft and you'll understand of
) NSHtu't ithis better. Cone to set
T NoTICE, E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE Lo
E. A(;GENCY h
JiWColliss Coon Collar-It is the GO
PULC. late st alnal most up to date piece of
good( made. We can give you au, nfft
style and glze. They are cheap and
W. , eNtaintia tFry them. you will cer- dot
laiily like them .J S. Millikiin is the
exclusive agent in Lake Providence. wai
Quoite acrowd of our citizens went give
and then to Cariola on the Chalmette last "du
Thursday, returning early Friday it is
for fine morning. They were treated royally be t
by first clerk Satchez. who would not if
was over accept a cent from them for the round
ens who M
i to-day. There will be :two more barrooms mor
ifdl this opened up in Providence in the next ter I
as been few days, which will make eleven stan
places where liquor is dispensed, only
rvice at 'he license is pretty high, and the dauM
morrow town receives quite a revenue from less.
this source. whet
les will lug i
amp to Mr. Walter Goodwin,, representing s k
Rose & Co., the big Chicago talloring could
rdware house, wishes us to say that he has
ship- just received his large and handsotte sad, a
line of spring and summer samples. Me
pistols You can find Mr. Goodwin at the store charg
up by of G . Franklin. lie will be pleased sale
to show you the samples and take your mules
n the order. that g
ives It (er a
its x. Y"Ilf you wieed the latest style suit
or anu Iup to date pair of p)utiet go to J. in Vic
S, Mlillhkini's and get your measure not re
tel to takei lie represetsi the beat house but wi
tg at in Chicago andi will guarantee you done.
r ser- satisfaction. Give him a trial.
I Sat- Contractor RIbt. Nicholson of Villa
lost Vista, received.a letter from the con- Sx
v our tractor who has the contract to build Negi
the Gould railroad through this par. epi Mft
kma i'h, to hold himself in readinese to All
t be commentce work at any monietit. cerized
This ought to be conclusive proof that
class the road will be built, and at an early
es to date.
ne. Last Saturday was a clear day, but I)emocr
0 fit cold, and the tow was packed and peniti
bit jammed with country people. It was newspa1
Sthe irst day that they had a chance to It leaves
ovi. come to town in several weeks, and persons
col. they took advantage of it. The store We don'
tion keepers did a rattling business, and it pereous
peo looked like a Saturday in cotton pick- hot tern
Slug season. siubcrib
he Consult the Lake Providence Hard- Georg
w ware Co., forprices. They will quote bhout t
you Vicksburg prices. Remember nd wor'
ted they carry everything for thie farm, uigttt
the for the blacksmith shop. for the home niort to
ght audt tor the carpenter. Don't send to
w Lee Richardsont, Wright Bro,or iLouis p behii
Hiofnfman untilyou see wbst von cart head wit
the get at the hardwre store in Provi-. octrs i
the deuce. ocors
S--------- the wouo
st If you want to learn an easy lesson
of in economy, better examine into the teldetts,
,,. proposition. Here we have plenty of arrived Is
For excellent things to offer, and plenty of berland '
reasons for believing you will want to dence to (
buy. It's our impression that you'll work Moe
be pleased with what we sell, and that
re in any or every purchase there will be busy slace
no doubt of the quality of the land you soon as tt
will buy. nor uncertainty of suchb corm. will be cor
Splete satisfaction that will be justified
in counting on your continued custom.
re E. J. HAMLEY REAL ES'TA'I'E The man
d Col. E #. Constant, Mr. Fratk Con. relieve the
estant, Mr. H. H. Graham, Mr, W. B. soon baye
rKeens and Mesrs. J. C. and J. G. have large
y,Pitiman, wer'e down in New Orleans . farmsJ. orH,
t i for several dayslately. We wonder if
Ssome important business with the cot.
Ston bouse of H. & C. Newman did not General
taken them to he Crescent City. No a resident a
doubt the transaetion of this house pubiecan pa
a with Col. Jo. A. Buckner has made years gone I
Sthem kinder suspicious, on the 8th,
I --He was like
li"Od Hickory waslois runt esaler, him.
looks as well. wears better than atty
Sother wagon made. For sale at J. 8. TOWnOhm
Millikin's. I will lear
D"(Go to Mllikltn' for your groc- at my place
eries. Telephone ordrs appreelated at once.
atd prompt slteutio paid to al calls. Fqb. 10, 190:
A report reached the back country
1/. last Sunday night that the negro who
is the cause of the horrible killing in
our town last Saturday night; by
which two men lost their lives, and
who was captured at his home near
/ the Macon on Sundtay by Mesrs. Mc
Ginnis, Garner and Crabtree and
brought back to town, had been
i ~ ynched by the citizens. A great
many of the colored people and theold
Sr ' fathtier of this man came to town with
Sit was hard to make them believe
that he was safely locked up in jail.
The citizens of our town do not be
lieve in lynch law ansd would not
allow any such thing to take place.
The law should be respected, and he
r seill necks will receive just punishment at the
when they bands of the law.
best thing Mr. Charley Pierson, the well known
representative of the Benl W. Clarke
STinbe* ( Grocery Company of St. Louis, was
it is not here from Fridas last to Monday. liHe
tdels with told in that he was hiaviug one of the
sure to bhest trips he ever had, and selling lots
of groceries, flour c., to his custo- C
the next mere. Mr. Pierson is one of the most ni
wauts nt ~popular drummers on the road and 9
Ou oine there is not one who does the amount
inderstand of business that he does. He repre. -
sents the leading grocery house of St. ri
STATE Louis, who sell more in this country i
thanI any balf dozen houses in that city. hI
It is the GOOD VALUE ASA BACKGROUND.
piece of We stand on our reputation, and th
YOU an' orffier otur business experience as atd in- d(
heap and ducernent for your patronge. No w
will cer- doubt you will see the advantage of nu
kin is t what we offer and be pleased with the
way your order is cared for. There ta
are so many reasons why you should he
:es went give tis your businiess, aside from the sit
itte last "dollar-and-cents" point of view, that the
Friday it is time you consider things. It will dt
I royally be mooey in our pocket and in yours MI
if 0 ou buy REAL ESTATE now. Be
ould not E. J. HAMLEY IRE \L ESTATE po
te round AGENCY.. abi
Mr. Wilson realized that he was net
'arrooms mortally cut, and lying on the coun- in
the next ter in Mr. Burney's store, he told those WC
I eleven standing around him, that there was ane
spensed. only one regret he had in dying-his his
and the daughters, who would be left father. hay
is from less. It was a touching scene and est
when be told his son, who was stand- eve
ing by his side. that be placed them in in
seing his keeping and care, the hardest heart neri
he hbe could not help but weep. It was a heat
sad, sad scene. rlst
amples. Mesrs, Caldwell and Smith, in tle I
to store charge of the Guytou & Harrington and
pleased sale stables, are now receiving fine agitt
:e your mules. Remember that every animal have
that goes out of their stable is sold uun. thy c
le suit er a guarantee. When you purchase At
Sto J. in Vicksburg or o her places, you can. was
ensure not return them if they turn out bad, for al
house but with your home stable this can be one 3
e you (done. See Caldwell and Smith for ted b
horses and mules. who
'Villa do no
Scoil SHIRTS TO ORDER. simpl
co n. n eg ro
build Negligee or Stiff Bosom, in import. watgr
s at eed Madras and Oxfords, ranging in didnt
price from $2 75 to $4.00.
5s to All Lineni (fanicy patterns) and Mer. ed
nenit. cerized O(xford. $4.50. gottei
f that WARNER & SEA RLES CO. negro
early Vickeburg, Miss. don gi
Some people don't like the Bautner. hers o
Sbut Iemocrat because it mentions all hap- and al
and penitgs that transpire. What is a
was newspaper for, and what good is it, if Jud
ce to it leaves out things done by certain grtud
anti persons for fear that it will lose by it. the
store We don't care a continental for such the nel
id t persons frieidship, aud the paper will of the
pick. :ot taert up its toes when we lose a here
subscriber for thtis reason. era ia
ard- George Carr, I. negro weighingre
ote hout two hundred adi fifty pounds, have tb
iber and working out on one of Mr. R. J. same ti:
rm Burtney's places, came in last Saturday
nighlt to have the doctors do some
1 to work on his cranium. A boy stepped It is I
ui up behind him and struck him in the for you.
cr head with a rae, using the poiots, eho
ct which. made several. ugly wounds. A
i)octors Beruard and Artaud dressed
the wounds. J L
Several workmene anud two superin. price.
n0 tendentis, with a large lot of material please y
f arrived last Suntday to erect the Cttm- gains is
of berland Telephone line from ProyI
to detce to Graud Lake. They went to
Swork Monday morntng aud have beeu
be busy aince on this line. It is said as Statem
uon soon as this line is finuished thbe line 2ank at
m-. will be continued ot to Tailulab. 20t, 190
m. WEIGHED. Cash and
The man who is the slave of rent is Real et
unfortunate an unwise. and fil
Our plan of buying Real Estate will Loans,
n. relieve the oppression, and you can over d
B. soon bare your home paid for. We
have large or small houses, attractive
farms. or whatever you may desire.
's E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE Capital a
If AGEINCY. Surplus..
t. ( Undivided
S General W. L. McMillia, at one time DeIpsite.
a resident and land owner, and a Re
Spubliecan politiclni fEast Carroll in
e yeare gone by, died in Coluanbas, Ohio. W. Tooke
on the 8tb, aged seventy-two years. tify that 1
He was liked by every one whbo knew true atd c
Ti tOWIOM IT MAY COGNAR on this the
I will leave Lake Providaeoe about
February 18th. 'T'hose having repairs
at my place will please call for same a"-A fu
at once. L P. TISCH, ware ad (
Fqb, 10, 1902. Watchaaker. 8 Millikl
• THE KILLING OF WILSON
The killing of Mr. J. L. Wilson and
Mr. S. P. Jones last Saturday night.
was one of the most uuforturate and
sadest that ever occurred in Provi.
dence. It shows the ever readiness to
use the knife or pistol in taking human
life for the least provoeation. Whisky
is at the bottom of nine tenths of the
crimes committed, asit was in the case
of the horrible affair. that happened on
Saturday night, by which an intoxicated
man and an innocent pease-maker met
There are a great many conflictitng
stories as to the way in which the
affair started, and as the coroners' jury
of the witnesses the facts cannot be
given; but as near as can be learned.
Mr. Jones and a negro were drinking
ack country and wenriinto Lelmann's saloon, when
negro who Mr. Jones called for a lunch and some
thing to drink, A drunken white man
le killing in was seated at the stove and Jones asked
night; by him if he did not want something; the
lives, and drunken man replied to Jones that he
home near didn't drink with his kind, or some
feeerl. Mc- thing to that effect, when Jones grab.
bed him by the throat with one hand
hbtree and and in the other hand held a knife.°
had been Just at this time Mr. Wilson and his
A great son entered, when Mr. Wilson grabbed
and theold the hand that held the knife, and told
town with would drink with him. At this mo.
back, and m.nt it it i said the negro Nelson, who
em believe was standing hack of Mr. Wilson, cut
up in jail. hinm in the left side of the neck, giving
o lhim his death wound, which caused
o not be- hinm to relax his hold on Jones iWho
could not then cut him.in the left breast; striking
ake place. a rib, which did not reach the heart.
d, and he Mr. Wilson was only cut twice.
Mr. Jones was stabbed twice. one
cut being across the neck about two
and a half inches below the ear, sever
ell known ing the jugular vein, and another just
underneath the other cut, either of
W. Clarke which would have caused his death.
nouis, was There are conflicting statements as to
rday. He who gave Mr. Jones his cuts, but no
or, of the doubt it will come out in the investiga
tion now going, on The negro, who is
lli lots the cause of the horrible tragedy, got
its custo- out of the place as quick as possible,
f the most but not before he was cut in several
road and places, but not amounting to anything.
tie must have realized what he had
e amount done, as he ran across the street to Mr.
le repre- McKee's and asked for a Winchester
use of St. rifle that Mr. Jones had left there dur.
a country lug the day. Mr McKee asked what
that city he wanted with it, and he replied that
y Mr. Jones had been cut to pieces and
ROUND. wanted his gun, which Mr. McKee re
fused to givo him. The negro ran on
.ion, and through the store and out the back
as ad in- door. Afterwards securing a horse be
e. No went to his home twenty miles distant
ntage of near Bayou Macon.
with the Mr. Wilson knew that he was mor.
There tally wounded, and only lived a few
ishould hours. Mr. Jones walked across the
'rom the street and fell from the loss of blood on
jew, that the sidewalk in front of the Guenard
It will drug store. Both men were taken to
n yours Mr R. J.. Burney's store, and Doctors
ow. Bernard and Artaud did everything
LATE possible to save them. Mr. Jones liyed
about six hours.
Mr. Wilson came hers from Tallulah
he was nearly a year ago, owning an interest
e cour- in the Fischer Lumber Co. He was
d thobse well liked by every one who knew him,
and was not a quarrelsome man. His
taking oft in such a manner is sad, and
rig-his his three daughters and two sons who
father. have been left fatherless, have the deep.
re and est and most heartfelt sympathy of
taond. every person in our community.
Mr. Paul Jones was born and raised
hem in in our parish, and has resided here
it heart nearly all his life. Paul was kind
was a hearted, but when drinking was quar- DBUC
relsome. He was a hardworking man
and was busy every moment on his lit
ith, fi tle place, which he was opening up,
ison and had it well stocked with hogs and
cattle. He leaves a wife and two little
g flue girls to monrn his loss, and they too
nimal have Ibe heartfelt and sincere sympa.
Id un. thy of our community. P
Aaron Mlorgan, a colored man, who
U cani was convicted at the last term of court
bad, for stealing a plow and sentenced to
an he one year ini the penitentiary, is regret
h (or ted by a great many of our citizens,
who have known Aaron for a numuber
of years. Why he took the plow, we
do not know, except that he took it
I simply because he did not like the
negro whom be stole it from, and
port wanted to put him to trouble. Aaron
Sin did not steal Ihe plow because be
Mer- needed the impliment, be could have
gotten a dozen plows, or anything else,
by askiig. He I, a hard working W e
negro anid we would like to see a par
Mie. don gotten up for bie release, which we
believe would be signed by the men
trer- bers of the jury that convicted him
ap. anrd also by Judge Ransdell. Pa
1, if Judge F. X. Ranedell has called the
a grinudl jury to convene ou the 24th,
a and also a special jury term of court
Y it. for the frst Monday in March to try The r-ve
cli the negro Nelson, who was the cause on the prs
will of the killing of Wilson arid Joues. weahber In
Sl'here are two or three other prisoon
er. in jail who will also be given Louis anued
trials. Judge Ranedell thought that
as the first Monday In March is the ago it was
g regular civil term of court be would the upper
ds, have the special criminal term at the could lo
J. same time.; freeze came
ay zeto go to mal
me LET ME FIND HIM. prospects at
ed It is my business to find that man there is no
the for you. and my methbds will do it in I thle spring.
the shortest possible time.
ts, E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE When yo
1. AGENCY. mild and g
ed pleasant in
ZlLadiese' all wool Waists at J. 8. Stomach as
Milrigin are now selling at reduced 26 cents. S
i- price. tie has a swell line and can gUaranteed.
is please you. Call and examine bis bar- Grng store,
gains it the dry good line. A
n- A O
o BdANH STATEE I drug store be
- -- NNelson, of i
, Statement of the Lake Providence asked me to
Bank at close of bueinese December Balm for rl
i20th, 1902: bad suffered
ASSETS. him I had at
they all fall
Cash and sight exchange $74,969.20 Chbamberlains'
Real estate, furniture help you, yoe
and fixtures ......... ,776.66 took a bottle
I Loans, discounts and aecording to I
S over drafts......... 86,361.06 week I was c
- been troebled
$115.096.91 ale at J. 8. 0
Capital stock....... $ 15.000.00 A paeN
Surplus 1.276.00- u stocuk
Undividced profit..s.. 682.73 every jointa
Deposits................91 98.189;1 racked with p
Isny, a Ioeo0
$115,096.91 ingto, lowo.,
SI, J. N Hill, vice president, and J. without sen
W. Tooke. J".. cashier, do bereby cer- down. As I
tify that the foregoing statement is got a bou le
true ard correct to the beat of our after taking it,
knowledge, did in my 11i
8worn to and subscribedbefore me down people
on thi the 16ith day of January, 1902. etrength suad
C. R. EGELLY,. Try them. 8
Notary Publlo. J. 8. Gomernad.
Sti"A full stock of lPraitnre, Hard. IQ'Tbe Qe
ware and OGrolries ear t foxad at J. ihlktils is oa:
°'is " W1HITE see
to Sewing Mahines,
a of the
the case " •
ker met We have received tfr. the F y uer
lictg" shl t lof these
rs'j ury , Io$ GADE P1GHINIES,
earned, C I wt l pce at wikch we are
rinkiog, (le thm pub te w th ftharras of
Io eversome- HI.. eer,
ite man Yy g
grab. Fancy heavy bent cover, drop leaft, two drawers at
e hand left-band side of table and center drawer, $27.50.
nd his Fancy bent cover, drop leaf, one drawer at eac end
rabbed of table, and center drawer, $26.50.
hat he Artistically finished bent cover, drop leaf, three
is mo- drawers at each end of table, and long push center
n, cut drawers, $28.50.
giving D. H. Finley fin!shed drop bead machine, one drawer
s rho at each end of table, panel front, and long iron legs,
D. H. Elegant finished drop head machine, two
t two drawers at each end of table, panel front and long iron
sever- legs, $29.50.
st W. N. White, Agt. o
dur" TIIE OLD RELI1ABLE
and PHIL'S SALOON
iback HEADQUABTEEB POR i be
,Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars t
few Billiard and Pool Parlor.
to Schlitz Miilau ket lottle Beer and Cirlstaui Meurleis Soul
b PHIL J. McGUIRE & CO., Propritors.
..THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J. S. CUENARD, Proprietor,
de Lake Sre. : : LAKE PBOVIDZNON, LA.
IR S, IEDCIRS, CHflICAI PFATII T BDICIIg. Dry
p, Oarties a Pll Line of
Palnts, Oils. Varnlshes, Brushes, Tllet Soaps, Pfumrm , looks,
Fle Suotiuery ,a Bliss.
Presorlptlons Accurately Compounded
We Carry a Complete and Fine Line Fine
Patro~age ohoott ed . atee pr2ompteass.
Call uar up oezer either. 'J:hone.,
try The river has come up several feet
use on the present rise, but the very cold
oeo- b weather nlu the north has cbeeked it
pen up, caused by the river freezing at St.
enl Louis and above Pittsburg. Ten days
the ago it was predicted that if there was
uld not cold weather to ebeck the rise in
the the upper Ohio then coming up, we
could look for a big water, but the
freeze came, which will cause the river
to go to -falling ito a few days. The
prospects are bright for this country if
-an there is no high water fight to make
in this spring.
CE When you want a physic that is
mild and gentle, easy to take and
pleasant in effect use Chamberlain's
S. Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price f
ed 26 cents. Samples Free. Every box .t
n gtuaranteed. For sale at Guenard's e
ir- arug store. a
A CONVINOING ANSWIR.
"I bobbled into Mr. Blackmon's I
drag store one evening," says Wesley u
Nelson, of Hamilton, Ga., "and be o
e asked me to try Chamberlain's Pain to
Balm for rhematise-a with which I "
had suffered for a long lime. I told I
him I had no faith in any medicine as el
they all failed. He said: 'Well if bi
SCbhamberlainu's Paino Balm does no. re
help you, you need not pay for it.' 1 tl
6 took a bottle of it home and esed it re
according to the directions and in one ft
6 week I was cured, and have not since ei
- been troubled with rheumatism." For bj
t sale at J. 8. Guenard's drug store.
D A PIREMAN'S OW O CAldL
"I stuck to my engime, although
every joint ached and every nerve was
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bel. ut
lamy, a locomotive Areman, of Borl. So
ingtos, Iowa., "I was weak and pale, ti
without ast appetite sad all ru an
down. As I was boot to give up, I d1
Igot a bottle of Ulectrie Bitters and,
after taking it, I felt as well as I ever
did in my life." Weak, selekly, re
down people always gal. new life, ain
strength and vigor from their e. ho
Try them. Satisfaction guoaraided by ,
J.8. Guesard. Pries 656ets. • .
aSOTbi New IloyaI Machine atj1. ot
Millikins is one of the best os easrt. sas
Corme a4 eameine my steek
feet Bad to Conquer or Die.
old "I was just about gone," writes Mrs.
it Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Springs,
St. N. C., "I bad Consumption so bad that
sye the best doctors said I could not live
was more tbhan a month, but'I began to use
i Dr. Knlug's New Discovery and was
we wholly cured by seven bottles and amt
he now stoot and wel." It's an unrivaled
rer life-earer in Consumption, Poeumonis,
'be La Grippe and Brotchitit; infallible
It for Coughs, Colds, Asthoma, Hay
eke Fever, Croup or Whooping Cough.
Guaranteed bottles 600 and $100.
Trial bottles free at J. S. Gueuard's
is drug store.
ad The claim of olber pough medicines
l's to be , good as Cbamberlain', are
ce effectually set at rest in the followinog
x testimonial of Mr. C. D. Glass, an em
I's ploye of Bartlett & Dennis Co., Gardi
ner, Me. He says: 1I. had kept ad
ding to a cold and cough in the winter
of 1.197, trying every cough medicine
'es I beard of whlibout permanent help,
ty until one day I was in Ibe drug store
te of Mr. Houlehbam end be advised me
in to try Cbhamberlain's Cough Remedy
I sad offered to pay back my money it
d I was not ctrre4d. My longs and brou
as chial tubes were very sore at this time,
if but I wae completely cured br tbis
t: remedy, aud have since always torned
1 to it when I got a cold, and son lond
it relief. I also recommend it to 0my
e friends and am gMd to say it is the
e best of all cough medicines." For sale
r by J. 8. Guenard droggist.
BUOCKLEN' ARNICA MALVB
Has world.wide fame for marvellous
cares. It surpasses any other salve,
lotion, oiotment or balm for Cute,
Coras, Brns, Boil., borea, Felon.,
Ulcers, Tatter, Salt Rheom, Fever
Sorse, Chapped Hands, Skin Erup
tiote; Infallible for Piles. Cure guar.
anteed. (uly 26 ceats at Guenard's
The gratset danger from colds and
th grippe is their resulting in pnen
monia. If reasonable care i Usned,
however, and Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy taken, all danger wil be
avoided. It will core a cold or an at
tack of 1I grippe It lees time tbhan ay
other treatment. It is pleasant and
safe to take. For sale at Gasuard's
8. Galanty& Bro.re
Dry Coods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS FUNISHING GOODS, TBUNKS,
VYIS AID OVER SHOIR
Everything in our Store is New and First-Class and.we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
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The Great Bargain House of
Corner Lake sad Levee Streets, North-Side,
DRY G00DS, NOTIONS, SHOS, HATS AND
IADIES' AND GENT'S NUNIISHIGS
We also eaary a complete line of
9~ FINE MILLINERY, E
Of the ,Latest Styles and Fads, and our Prices are Ex
I respeotflly ask a share of the public patronage and guarantee to
treat every one right.
S. W. ITH, President. J.. . HILL, Vile-Presideat.
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK,
LAKE PROVIDENCO LA.
CAPITAL. STOCK 8o0,000.00.
Deposlts ReCeived from 51.00 Up.
a Solicits Yoar 8lesieas, EveI Aooomaodatle Ceasltataf with Safe
. Bankl Granted,
Receive8 Deposits Subjeet to Oheok, Bays sad Sells Exohange, Loses Moneoy
sand kanussts a General Banking Business.
J. W. TOOKIE, Jxr., Cashlew.
Bank Opens at 9 A. M. and Closes at 4 P. ,
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E, . ,. Burxney,
Bernard di, Lake Stree LAZE PBoVIDxOB, LA.
D Ory Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Ird winle lept In a lrst-Clas Stre.
ki, E *rythizag !or Ladies,
*urreythinpuior anobf o.
A Full Line of Groceries.
We are here to st, d by nd ai onst Dealn, we hope to build
up a .ibs-Ola Tra'te We solicit your business and will do our beet to
pleas you. Give us a all.
Geo. W. McKee,
The Old Reliable Ooaeooy Rou..
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kinds of
Fancy Family Groceries.
We invfte you to call dsa se oSr Stock of Caned Goods. We afrf y
* large line of different grades o uf Sgr and Coffee. We buy Le cas aud
secure the discount, thereoe , own soll fog a ureall profit.
Receivingu Forwarding Merchant,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Agent fox. the Velebuated
JAMES & GRAHAM WAGON.
I Skave You Freight by Buying Thes Wagons fram Me.
Hlhest Price Paid for Cotton Seed.
THE 10. L. FISCHER LUMBER CO.,
LAKE PROVIDENOE, LA.
We ar able to spply the bCadein large is d m bils of L abe
Tronzgue aed Gzoo'we Cypasess
Floo, si e med Comlln
Takts of Aly Size Made to Ordor at . O, Pri.
Shingles, Shinglee, Shiigles.
-SrOeS in Hamley Blok. Cennoeted by amberland ad Bomer Tele.
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO A H9Mt EN'TERPRIS.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF 10B
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